Early Newfolk Fairytales and Allegories

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Deeply rooted in old Slavic fairy tales of wise kings and their kingdoms, dark, mysterious forests with magical clearings and disappearing houses, glass castles with mysterious rooms not to be entered and cunning yet fair old witches, these early Newfolk fairytales and allegories, set in the far western temperate rain forest realm of the edge of the “New” World, are a multi-thematic synthesis of the original, the status quo and the eastalgic immigrant trying to find a quiet home somewhere in between.

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Short Story for Ludmila L. – Published in The Capilano Review
Ode to a Plastic Shopping Bag Published in The Capilano Review
Nocturnal Poetry of Gardens and Commerce
You’re My…
Highway House on a Chicken Leg, or Routine
I Are Language
How to Avoid…
The Moving Asphalt
The Man, the Woman and the Hornet
Allegory No. 43 Made into a short film.
Ulksen, Evening No.2

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